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WBBM All Local
Dead body found stuffed in Roseland garbage can, police say

WBBM All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 5:54


Also in the news: 3-year-old boy rescued after falling into Lake Michigan near Navy Pier; Timmy Knudsen appointed new alderman of 43rd Ward; University of Illinois-Springfield held webinar about relationship between police and public and more.

WBBM Newsradio's 8:30AM News To Go
Dead body found stuffed in Roseland garbage can, police say

WBBM Newsradio's 8:30AM News To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 5:54


Also in the news: 3-year-old boy rescued after falling into Lake Michigan near Navy Pier; Timmy Knudsen appointed new alderman of 43rd Ward; University of Illinois-Springfield held webinar about relationship between police and public and more.

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go
Dead body found stuffed in Roseland garbage can, police say

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 5:54


Also in the news: 3-year-old boy rescued after falling into Lake Michigan near Navy Pier; Timmy Knudsen appointed new alderman of 43rd Ward; University of Illinois-Springfield held webinar about relationship between police and public and more.

Dana Cortez Show Podcast
S2 Ep347: Fat Club: Auto said Dana looked like a stuffed sausage in her new dress!

Dana Cortez Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 19:16


Is honesty always the best policy when it comes to telling someone about their weight? Plus DCS talks to in house psychic Ser Mari, what Bad Bunny did for the kids in Uvalde Texas and outrageous new food trends!

Rach on the Radio
Rach's stuffed eggplant rolls!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 0:44


Rach's stuffed eggplant rolls!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Food Chain Chats
Combating Salmonella in Breaded and Stuffed Raw Chicken Products.

Food Chain Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 8:58


As part of the FSIS's broader effort to reduce Salmonella illnesses associated with poultry, the USDA recently announced they would be taking action to declare Salmonella an adulterant in breaded and stuffed raw chicken products. Discover what this important announcement means for poultry producers across the U.S. in this #ScienceHearted discussion with Dr. Steve Larsen and host Andy Vance.

Grilling, smoking meat, and beer
Scotch eggs and Stuffed peppers, but not together

Grilling, smoking meat, and beer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 41:06


Jamie joins in this week and answers the big question on whether or not he started a Tupperware podcast. In the wake of the Queens passing, the Shade Tree Chefs do a British classic, Scotch eggs. Also they cook Stuffed peppers on the grill.

Knights of the Tabletop
Stuffed with Hate, Part 3 (Ep. 98)

Knights of the Tabletop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 60:04


Eye know what you'll be thinking after this week's episode. I'm thinking the same thing, and we have gone completely off the rails! Game: “Threadbare“ Oracle: “GameMaster's Apprentice – Base Deck“ Music: “Celebration” by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Joy Lab Podcast
Learning to Love Well: Be More Permeable

Joy Lab Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 18:49


In this episode, Henry and Aimee talk about that third lesson of loving well: Be more permeable. What does that mean? Being more permeable means to soften our defenses a bit, to let emotions in, and to also let them out again. To be really alive, we have to be open and let all of life flow in and through us. Listen in to gather insight on how to do that and how you're completely equipped for it. Key Takeaways (see full transcript below): Organisms, like humans, cannot wall themselves off and still thrive... or even survive. Our emotional lives are the same. We cannot remain healthy while ignoring or stuffing emotions down.   When we're closed off, we may think we're keeping out just the bad "stuff." But, this shutting down and closing off blocks the good stuff too. Vulnerability and oversharing are different!  We can infuse life-giving qualities and intentions (the 12 elements of joy!) as we attend to the painful and the joyful. This state of intentional-attention are particularly good at helping us navigate tough times more smoothly and getting out of ruts more quickly. As Rilke stated: Let everything happen to you: beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final.  You are resilient and interconnected. During beautiful times and times of terror. Just keep going.     Links Mentioned: Joy Lab Program Joy Lab Podcast episode #6 (5 Lessons of Loving Well) Joy Lab Podcast episode #21 (Love Yourself First)  Joy Lab Podcast episode #22 (See the Innocence in Others) Intentional Systemic Mindfulness About Ranier Maria Rilke     Full Transcript: Learning to Love Well: Be Permeable Welcome to Joy Lab!: [00:00:00] Welcome to the joy lab podcast, where we help you uncover and foster your most joyful self. Your hosts, Dr. Henry Emmons and Dr. Aimee Prasek, bring you the ideal mix of soulful and scientifically sound tools to spark your joy, even when it feels dark. When you're ready to experiment with more joy, combine this podcast with the full Joy Lab program over at JoyLab.coach. Henry: Hello, I'm Henry Emmons Aimee: I'm Aimee Prasek. So welcome to joy lab, where we infuse science with soul to help you uncover joy. To do that, we focus on our elements of joy. Those are the positive inner states and emotions that become the building blocks for a joyful life. In this episode, we're talking about that third lesson of loving well, which we're now calling "be more permeable." So in episode number six, we introduced these [00:01:00] five lessons quickly and used the word vulnerable. Vulnerability is really essentially when we open ourselves up to risk, uncertainty, emotional exposure. And in this episode, we actually really like the somewhat similar concept of permeability. To me, it just sort of feels more empowering and dynamic, maybe simply because vulnerability is a bit of a buzzword. I'm not trying to dismiss it. So Henry, maybe you can dig into that more. Can you describe permeability for us and how it might show up in our lives? Henry: Sure. So, you know, you don't often hear people described as permeable, but I like it because it reminds me that we are part of the natural world. In nature, you don't see healthy organisms wall themselves off from their surroundings. At least not for very long. There [00:02:00] is this constant interplay with everything around it, a give and take that is what really makes life possible. And I think our emotional lives are not that different. We are not designed to be impenetrable fortresses, you know, to shut ourselves down so that we just can't get hurt. Now we do that, we all do that from time to time. We do it unconsciously. You know, if we feel scared or hurt or betrayed, it is just a completely natural reaction. And I think it's okay to shut down when you need to, but just not for too long. If we stay closed off, if we try to make ourselves strong or try to protect ourselves, it ends up just hurting us more. Because, when you're [00:03:00] closed off, you just can't let in all the good stuff that's coming your way either. So, I think being permeable means to soften up our defenses a little bit, to let emotions in, and also importantly, to let them out again. So to be really alive, we have to be open and let all of life flow in and through us. Aimee: Yeah, I really love thinking about permeability because of that flow that you're describing, Henry. You know, Letting it in and letting it out. It also makes me think of a bit of an obstacle that can snag us here and that obstacle is oversharing. I think this is super helpful for those of us who have maybe a high threshold for sharing information uh, about ourselves. Or would that be a low threshold? You know what I mean? We're open to sharing it. Just thinking about that... but I'm totally [00:04:00] in that camp. Um, you know, if you ask me about something personal, I'll give you the answer generally, without any hesitation, I will give you the information, even if you don't ask, probably. And at times I think that can really feel like vulnerability. And it's why we can lean into oversharing sometimes because we're thinking that, "Hey, I'm practicing vulnerability!" I think Dr. Brene Brown actually gets into this noting that just dumping information on folks is not the same as vulnerability. And that's because we can actually be completely emotionally impenetrable, walling ourselves off, like you said, Henry, while also oversharing. Which kind of seems wild, um, example: I might TMI you all day long and at the same time, have a terrible time letting you know that I can't handle something, and need some help. Or, I'll tell you all sorts of stories about past losses or struggles, but I'm [00:05:00] not going to let you know that I'm sad now and could use some support. So, I think that's where this concept of, permeability helps. Or at least for me, it suggests sort of this more even ground. Maybe I just get caught up in the words here. But for me, with vulnerability, it feels like I'm only opening up to the idea that someone is going to hurt me. You know, that revealing my true self, my fears, my dreams, that if I do that, I open myself up to the firing squad. And that's true. People can be mean when you put yourself out there. But I guess I want to create the space where I'm not just sort of opening myself up to pain. Like doomsday prepping for my true self to be revealed and then assaulted. But instead opening myself up to whatever, good and bad, and that I can release whatever comes at me. I can let it move through, you know, there's room for good and bad. [00:06:00] There's a place for back and forth. And that type of permeability seems more empowering for me, I think. If I'm making any sense here. Henry: Yeah, I think you're making ton of sense, you know, pain and joy. They're all part of life and we are meant to let them in. But as you said, there really needs to be a back and forth. About 20 years ago, I went through a really rough, personal stretch. It lasted at least three years, maybe, maybe longer. Um, I lost my father first and then just a few months later, my birth father died, and then my birth mother, and then my sister. This all happened over this three year period. Most of their deaths were really complicated, and so were my emotions. And I just [00:07:00] sank into this melancholy that I could not shake. And in retrospect, I'm not sure I actually wanted to shake it. There was something about having that depth of feeling, the rawness of those emotions that I don't think I really wanted to let go of. So I held onto them for a few years until they just gradually ebbed away. Now, I know that grief is different for everyone, and there is no set proper amount of time for moving through it. And I don't judge myself for taking so long. But, from the vantage point that I have now, I realized that at that time in my life, I just didn't know how [00:08:00] to do it any differently. I'd had no idea being permeable, staying open means that you not only let things in, but you also let them out, you know. It's, it's like a, if you think about a pond of water, it gets stagnant in there if there's not enough fresh water flowing in. And it also gets stagnant if there isn't enough water flowing out. So it's this dynamic system. And so are we. Aimee: I'm thinking like all those losses, Henry sometimes, you know, when it rains, it pours, I'm thinking about saying. And at the same time I'm thinking about that saying, um, you know time just heals all wounds. But man, if it's just pouring in and you're just waiting for time to heal it, you can sit in that space a long time. You can get very stagnant, like you're saying. Sort of on this note here, there's this self-regulation model I really like, called intentional systemic mindfulness. [00:09:00] Just as an aside, I'm realizing this is why it's sometimes hard for me to make friends because I start off sentences like that. "There's a self-regulation model that I really like." Anyway, That's me. That's okay. Um, anyway, this model sort of hits on what you're saying, and actually this model, along with some other theories, is actually baked into our Joy Lab program, which is why Joy Lab works so well. But, intentional systemic mindfulness was really influenced by systems theory. So, really diving into that open system you're talking about and the idea that everything impacts everything else, essentially. And so every sort of subsystem, like a dynamic complex human, must be studied at its whole, you know, rather than reducing it to all these little isolated parts. On top of that, there's all these feedback loops within the system with the purpose of helping the system, [00:10:00] helping us maintain order, or self-regulation, or balance, harmony. So, the idea here is that, like you said, Henry, we are not a closed system. We might think we can close ourselves off, but it's impossible. Our feedback loops are still operating. Stuffed down emotions are still circling around and impacting our balance and harmony. And so with intentional systemic mindfulness, what we do here at Joy Lab, we can set some intentions within those feedback loops. We can feed into them, to support that self-regulation process. It's what starts that upward spiral too, that we talk about here. So specifically we can use mindful attention and qualities of mindfulness, is what the authors of this model, note um, as intentions to move things through our system. To maybe come out of that melancholy when we're ready,[00:11:00] or to sort of ignite that process. To move them in and out, those emotions. These qualities of mindfulness, in my opinion anyway, are really similar to what we work with here at Joy Lab, these 12 elements of joy. So, I'll take love as an example, you know, we can use this element of love, this intention of deep care for ourselves and others as a quality of attention; how we attend to a friend, how we attend to what we're feeling inside. So you can see then how this type of attention impacts the feedback loops. So I attend with love. Even if you come at me with an insult, then it just doesn't sting so bad. So I don't come back at you with venom or a violent action. It moves through my system in a totally different way than if I was attending to you with distrust or hate. So, I guess my point here with this model is that it reinforces that [00:12:00] permeability is absolutely our natural state, within our own individual system and between all the other humans, all the other systems around us, things have to move within us and through us. But obviously, that's way harder with emotions and experiences that aren't so "positive" and the point of attending with these intentions, these qualities of mindfulness, these elements of joy, it's not to dismiss what's true for us, or the reality of the situation. It's just like adding an ingredient, you know, it gives us back maybe some control here. So, Henry let's end by maybe talking about that, how can we hold permeability for all of it? You know, maybe even more so that openness from the start, how can we be open to, be permeable with both the joyful and the sad? Henry: So I am going to turn for this to the [00:13:00] great poet, Rilke. Aimee: A good idea. Henry: Yeah, it is. It is a good idea. In one of his poems, Rilke was clearly giving us advice for how to live well. And here's part, just a small part of what he wrote: "Let everything happen to you. Beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final." Now I was just really struck when I first read that. In these three short lines, he captures so much of what it means to be human. Aimee: Yeah. Henry: We are surrounded by this incredible beauty. There is so much goodness and love in the world and that's still true. I think. It's just all [00:14:00] around us. But let's be honest, there is also a lot that is fearful or maddening or just plain sad. His advice is so direct. So simple. Let everything happen to you. I just love that. He's saying don't resist. Don't push away the stuff that makes you feel bad. And don't hold too tightly to the stuff that makes you feel good. Just allow it all to be there. Let it all in. Be permeable. And then he says, just keep going. That is such a good description of resilience. Isn't it? Just, no matter what happens, just keep going. Stand up. [00:15:00] Place one foot in front of the other, and keep going. We do not have to be stopped by our emotions. Why not? He tells us, because no feeling is final. Feelings come and they go. They are never permanent. Although I know we sometimes think that they are. I have come to think of the painful emotions, the terror as Rilke puts it, like compost, they're not garbage that we throw into a landfill somewhere and just let's sit there, outta sight outta mind. Aimee: Hmm. Henry: They just keep piling up that way and we'll eventually have to deal with them. But if we can let them in and turn them over once in a while, like you do your compost, maybe add a little [00:16:00] moisture if you need it. So it can decompose. Well, eventually it will turn into something really rich, something life-giving. So, you know, it took me, uh, quite a long time to compost my series of losses, but I did eventually. That's actually, when I really started to write. I started it as a way to help me process all of that. And to me, this is interesting, that a lot of my journal entries during that time eventually found their way into my books and into what I think of as the richest and best part of my books. Aimee: I love the compost metaphor. Now I'm imagining, with intentional systemic mindfulness. And gardening all we've discussed that we're adding worms of joy, worms of love, compassion, to get in there and help [00:17:00] turn that soil over. I don't know if that helps anybody. But anyway, those worms can be your elements of joy. But also I like to think that we all write our books, the stories of our lives. Each story we write then opens up the next chapter as well. So maybe that's a good place to close here, to close this chapter, this lesson of love of being more permeable, before we talk about our fourth lesson on loving well in the next episode. So Henry, do you have maybe the last paragraph for this chapter? Something to send us off with? Henry: Sure. Let's just try to remember this, that joy is there in whatever is happening. If we can simply allow it to be there. No judgment, no resistance, [00:18:00] no grasping. Let everything happen to you. Beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final. Thanks for joining us!: Thank you for listening to the joy lab podcast. If you enjoy today's show, visit JoyLab.coach to subscribe for your monthly infusion of joy, and to learn more about the full joy lab program. Be sure to rate and review us wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.

Righteousness on SermonAudio
Stuffed Full of Truth

Righteousness on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:00


A new MP3 sermon from Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Stuffed Full of Truth Subtitle: Morning Devotions Speaker: Mark D. Campbell Broadcaster: Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church Event: Podcast Date: 9/13/2022 Bible: 2 Corinthians 5 Length: 3 min.

The Turnbuckle Tavern
F*cking GCW Show #19: 4 Cups Stuffed | Art of War Games | GCW News

The Turnbuckle Tavern

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 91:06


We catch up on a ton of GCW news like Bully Ray trash-talking the company, the GCW world championship scene, GCW's upcoming international shows, Ace's experience at 4 CUPS STUFFED, and much much more! Make sure to follow theturnbuckletavern.com for all your Tavern needs!

Roger & JP's
Top 10 Video Arcade Games By Most Quarters Stuffed (9-13-22)

Roger & JP's "We're Not Getting Paid For This" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 8:51


Line up your quarters it's time to go back in time

Reconciliation on SermonAudio
Stuffed Full of Truth

Reconciliation on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:00


A new MP3 sermon from Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Stuffed Full of Truth Subtitle: Morning Devotions Speaker: Mark D. Campbell Broadcaster: Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church Event: Podcast Date: 9/13/2022 Bible: 2 Corinthians 5 Length: 3 min.

Rach on the Radio
Rach's cheesy stuffed eggplant rolls!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 0:44


Rach's cheesy stuffed eggplant rolls!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

XM Cinema
Review: (SUPER STUFFED EPISODE) The Challenge: USA Episode 9 and 10

XM Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 20:27


This episode "The Sensational" Devin August and I discuss Episode 9 and 10 of The Challenge: USA**Warning: This episode contains spoilers!!!Follow Xavier Mustafa at:http://instagram.com/xmcinemahttps://twitter.com/xmcinemahttps://www.facebook.com/xmcinemaEmail: xmcinemainquiries@gmail.comFollow Devin August at:http://instagram.com/delanza_da

Rach on the Radio
Rach's one-skillet stuffed cabbage rolls!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 0:44


Rach's one-skillet stuffed cabbage rolls!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

XM Cinema
Review: (SUPER STUFFED EPISODE) Big Brother Week 8 & 9 Season 24

XM Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 41:18


This episode "The Sensational" Devin August and I discuss Big Brother Season 24 Week 8 & 9**Warning: This episode contain a spoiler and non spoiler section!!!Follow Xavier Mustafa at:http://instagram.com/xmcinemahttps://twitter.com/xmcinemahttps://www.facebook.com/xmcinemaEmail: xmcinemainquiries@gmail.comFollow Devin August at:http://instagram.com/delanza_da

All About The Birds
Across the Pitch: Race for the Shield

All About The Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 27:14


Mike and Dave are back for another episode of Across the Pitch. On tonight's episode, the guys discuss the gritty road win against NYRB, while also giving a quick preview into the Orlando match. #doop #MLS @AATSports_ Subscribe to our Youtube for a chance to win a signed Brian Dawkins poster! Statement Games: http://www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ Vinny's Pizza & Restaurant in Allentown, PA. 6750 Iroquois Trail #7 in Allentown, PA 18104 Serving Italian cuisine, including Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Sandwiches, and more! Available for pickup or deliver! Order today at vinnyspizzapa.com Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5 in Allentown, PA 18104 stuffedtothegrills.com Check out the Funky Cubano, Sweet Chili Shrimp Po Boy, and House-made Meatloaf. http://aatsportsnetwork.com/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support

Knights of the Tabletop
Stuffed with Hate, Part 2 (Ep. 97)

Knights of the Tabletop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 60:06


Leaving the Tower for the fabled lands of NWS, on this week's show! Game: “Threadbare“ Oracle: “GameMaster's Apprentice – Base Deck“ Music: “Celebration” by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

All About The Birds
AATBIRDS Weekly Report: Opposition Outlook (Lions)

All About The Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 49:12


We are joined by Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press - Eagles-Lions Breakdown - Key Matchups - News and Notes - Ulecka Locks and Prediction COME TO WASHINGTON WITH AATBIRDS! We have a deal for you! join us for the Ultimate Bus Trip to Fedex Field! Let's pack Fedex Field!! Plus @darealtank78 will be joining the tailgate! @PhlySportsTrips https://www.wetravel.com/trips/all-ab... Subscribe to our Youtube for a chance to win a signed Brian Dawkins poster! Statement Games: www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ aatsportsnetwork.com/shop Vinny's Pizza 6750 Iroquois Trail #7, Allentown, PA 18104 https://www.vinnyspizzarestaurant.com/ Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5, Allentown, PA 18104 https://www.stuffedtothegrills.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support

Slow-Smoked Business with Jarrod Morgan
Crawfish-stuffed chicken and "finding your level of entrepreneurship"

Slow-Smoked Business with Jarrod Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 47:28


Jarrod grills some crawfish-dressing-stuffed chicken on the smoker while talking to coffee entrepreneur Al Hopper. https://www.jarrodmorgan.com/podcast

Short Stories for Kids: The Magical Podcast of Story Telling
Ellie, the Talking objects, a Thunderstorm and a Magic stuffed Unicorn ⛈️

Short Stories for Kids: The Magical Podcast of Story Telling

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 12:24 Very Popular


Ellie, the Talking objects, a Thunderstorm and a Magic stuffed Unicorn Written by Simon Chadwick Join up to our Premium channel and be a Super Fan of Short Stories for Kids! Here you will receive a Friday Bonus Episode every week! Plus our entire back catalogue of stories ad free! Also Premium Only Shout Outs just for you guys! Just email us telling us your a Premium member and you would like a shout out to shortstoriesforkidspodcast@gmail.com As a Premium member you have a guarantee of having your story idea turned in to a story and read out on the show! Premium Member Perks

Here & Now
Colorado farmers vs. the sawfly; Stuffed animals delivered to Uvalde students

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 40:41


As if drought in the Western part of the country wasn't enough, Colorado farmers are also up against sawflies, pesky insects with a knack for obliterating crops. Farmers are trying to stay ahead of the curve and tamp down the impact of these bugs. KUNC's Rae Soloman reports. And, as students return to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas — the site of a deadly massacre in May where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers — they'll find a nice surprise. Stuffed animals adorn the desk of each child inside the school during the shooting, provided by 18-year-old Ella Klimowcz who also survived a school shooting at her Michigan school last November. Ella and her mother, Carrie Klimowcz, join us.

All About The Birds
Chip N Drip: Labor Day Special!

All About The Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 81:09


Ending the summer with a bang! Hitting a variety of sports with the best duo in the business! Chip and JD talk about it all and then SHENAN! Sign up to join our trip to see Carson at FedEx field!! - https://www.wetravel.com/trips/all-ab... Subscribe to our Youtube for a chance to win a signed Brian Dawkins poster! Statement Games: www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ aatsportsnetwork.com/shop Vinny's Pizza 6750 Iroquois Trail #7, Allentown, PA 18104 https://www.vinnyspizzarestaurant.com/ Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5, Allentown, PA 18104 https://www.stuffedtothegrills.com/ SimBull.com - sign up using the promo code AATSports --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support

BizNews Radio
SA's "stuffed" economy's three lost years confirmed by Q2 GDP contraction - Kevin Lings shares investing suggestions

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 23:09


The Ramaphosa Administration often refers to "nine lost years" under precedessor Jacob Zuma. But the billionaire trade-unionist-turned-mogul isn't doing much better in the hot seat with today's official GDP number for the second three months of 2022 contracting year on year - with SA's economy still below where it was ahead of the Covid lockdowns. Pretoria is caught in a vice of its own ideological making with no room to cut taxes; no capacity for borrowing to invest in growth; and no private investment as confidence in politicial leadership among consumers and businesses has fallen to an all-time low. In this insightful interview, Stanlib chief economist Kevin Lings shares his thoughts on how South Africans should shape their own investments to overcome the challenges of the depressing scenario in their homeland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Craftsmen Cooking
Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Craftsmen Cooking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 70:47


Pork TenderloinWhat can we say about the trusty ole pork tenderloin? It truly is one of our all-time favorite mediums for cooking.  It's such a versatile meat and super delicious as well. Tonight Bacon swung for the fences and can I tell you, crushed it for sure.  His Mediterranean take on this dish was a perfect fit for this tender morsel of meat. We pair that with mushroom risotto and pan-seared asparagus with smoked beef fat to help cook it all. Enjoy 

WorldAffairs
Feeding 7.9 Billion…Without Wrecking the Planet

WorldAffairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 59:01


In today's global economy, a single event – like a storm or virus outbreak – can impact access to basic necessities, like food for millions of people. Add to that a rapidly growing world population and many experts are wondering…  how will we keep everyone fed? In what ways will our lifestyles, and our international supply chains, adapt to meet the needs of a warming and increasingly crowded planet?    On this week's episode, we hear from two experts with competing visions of how we can sustainably feed a growing planet. Ray Suarez is joined by Raj Patel and Robert Paarlberg on a journey through the inequities and promise of our global food system.   Guests:     Raj Patel, author of Stuffed and Starved and co-director of The Ants and the Grasshopper, University of Texas   Robert Paarlberg, author of Resetting the Table: Straight Talk About the Food We Grow and Eat, Harvard University   Host:   Ray Suarez   If you appreciate this episode and want to support the work we do, please consider making a donation to World Affairs. We cannot do this work without your help. Thank you.

Rach on the Radio
Rach's one-skillet stuffed cabbage rolls!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 0:44


Rach's one-skillet stuffed cabbage rolls!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

All About The Birds
Across the Pitch: Playoff Bound

All About The Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 38:16


The Union have clinched their spot in the postseason, and Mike and Dave breakdown the exciting victory over Atlanta United. We also take a peek at the Saturday evening matchup against New York Red Bull #DOOP #MLS @AATSports_ Subscribe to our Youtube for a chance to win a signed Brian Dawkins poster! Statement Games: http://www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ Vinny's Pizza & Restaurant in Allentown, PA. 6750 Iroquois Trail #7 in Allentown, PA 18104 Serving Italian cuisine, including Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Sandwiches, and more! Available for pickup or deliver! Order today at vinnyspizzapa.com Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5 in Allentown, PA 18104 stuffedtothegrills.com Check out the Funky Cubano, Sweet Chili Shrimp Po Boy, and House-made Meatloaf. http://aatsportsnetwork.com/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support

Prepper Guy
PGP 09-02-22 | Biden Speaks

Prepper Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 45:20


The Republic is dead and our Democracy is nothing more than a Fake hollow shell and is not real...let it die. This is like to person that has their favorite pet Stuffed because they can't part with it, but it isn't real and died 100 years ago.

Contra Radio Network
PGP 09-02-22 ll Biden Speaks ** lost stats, I uploading the wrong format the first

Contra Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 45:20


The Republic is dead and our Democracy is nothing more than a Fake hollow shell and is not real...let it die. This is like to person that has their favorite pet Stuffed because they can't part with it, but it isn't real and Fido died 100 years ago. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/contra-radio-network/support

Knights of the Tabletop
Stuffed with Hate, Part 1 (Ep. 96)

Knights of the Tabletop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 60:01


Time to try out the Stitchpunk TTRPG, “Threadbare”, beginning with this week's episode! Game: “Threadbare“ Oracle: “GameMaster's Apprentice – Base Deck“ Music: “Celebration” by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

ReCharge the Soul
Using breathwork to move through grief

ReCharge the Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 39:28


Diving into the healing power of breath work to navigate and move through the stages of grief and sadness. Chinese medicine explains how grief is stored in the lungs. Have you ever started to cry and subconsciously began holding your breath? Choked back tears? Stuffed down pain in order to not show weakness or make others feel uncomfortable? These knee jerk reactions may cause the body to store the emotions that can later manifest into long term physical and/ or emotional issues within the body. In this episode we talk all on the importance of creating space to move through grief and the different modalities to help release it from the body. We share on personal stories in which our bodies have stored trauma. We later give tangible tips on where to begin to process past hard ships in your life so that you can gain back your power and liberation. We hope you enjoy and gained some insights from this vulnerable conversation. With all the love, Lorri Ann and Bailee Find us: Instagram- _rechargethesoul Website- rechargethesoul.com Email- hello@rechargethesoul.com Facebook- Recharge the Soul retreats

The Drew Yari Show
DOUBLED STUFFED OREOS or SORRY MOM

The Drew Yari Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 148:39


Contra Radio Network
PGP 09-02-22 | Biden Speaks ** lost stats, I uploading the wrong format the first time

Contra Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 45:20


The Republic is dead and our Democracy is nothing more than a Fake hollow shell and is not real...let it die. This is like to person that has their favorite pet Stuffed because they can't part with it, but it isn't real and Fido died 100 years ago.

Turi Ryder's
Every Creature, Alive or Stuffed

Turi Ryder's "She Said What?" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 13:38


Marci is back from her Mexican anniversary trip. She can escape neither the animals she dreads….nor the ones she loves.

Debunking Economics - the podcast
Is the European economy stuffed?

Debunking Economics - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 36:36


Whilst the US might be struggling a bit with inflation, its nothing compared to what's likely to happen in Europe. This week Russia shuts down its gas pipeline to Europe, supposedly for repairs, but there's no guarantee it will open again. Even if it does, supplies are a fraction of what they were and Europe wants to stop its reliance on Russia anyway – pushing prices sky high, with rationing the only likely solution. Meanwhile, the Euro is weakening as the dollar goes from strength to strength, and that's adding to Europe's inflation pressures. And throw a drought on to of all of that, adding to the energy and supply problems. Plus a growing wealth divide. Is there any good news for Europe? Steve Keen reckons the only answer, sadly, is for Europe to give-in to Putin and make swathes of Ukraine the sacrificial lamb as the only way to avoid economic collapse. Even then, Europe has a number of inherent problems to overcome. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The CJ Bronson Show
#136 | Anonymous Trafficker Claims Children's Organs are Harvested and Bodies Stuffed with Drugs!

The CJ Bronson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 17:46


To maximize profits, the cartel is allegedly harvesting children's organs & filling their bodies with drugs to import into the US --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-cj-bronson-show/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-cj-bronson-show/support

He's Abroad
Stuffed Toast

He's Abroad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 106:43


Back after a bit of a hiatus, we talk about French toast, Lithuania, and all the movies we’ve seen in […]

All About The Birds
Across the Pitch: Familiar Faces

All About The Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 36:36


Mike is joined by our good friend Jose Nunez! The guys discuss the destruction of DC United (Round 2), and preview what we should expect against Colorado. #DOOP #MLS @AATSports_ Subscribe to our Youtube for a chance to win a signed Brian Dawkins poster! Statement Games: http://www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ Vinny's Pizza & Restaurant in Allentown, PA. 6750 Iroquois Trail #7 in Allentown, PA 18104 Serving Italian cuisine, including Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Sandwiches, and more! Available for pickup or deliver! Order today at vinnyspizzapa.com Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5 in Allentown, PA 18104 stuffedtothegrills.com Check out the Funky Cubano, Sweet Chili Shrimp Po Boy, and House-made Meatloaf. http://aatsportsnetwork.com/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support

Fashion Crimes Podcast
How to Clean Out Your Closet | EP 106

Fashion Crimes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 28:21 Very Popular


Do you ever wonder what might be blocking your style and holding you back from fashion happiness?  Almost everyone makes the same ONE major fashion mistake, and it's called Closet Chaos. There is literally a name for it. This week, your favorite personal stylist Holly Katz holds your hand and guides you through “How to Clean Out Your Closet” (without crying). This episode is fabulously fun and informative, and is just the pep talk we all need! These are the ULTIMATE Fashion Crimes:  Disorganization The number one reason your closet looks crazy is disorganization. If you think you are an organized person, but you can't find anything to wear or it's taking you too long to get dressed, guess what? You are not organized. Clothes are energy. What you wear and how you feel in your clothes all starts with how they are presented to you every day.  You need your clothes to be organized so they make sense to your eye and your brain. If they are hanging in a way where you can't recognize what is what, then you either aren't going to take the time to figure it out, or you will take too much time trying to decide what to wear.  Are your clothes in piles on the floor? Stuffed into a tiny closet? Shoved inside your drawers?  Messy closets will make your morning dressing routine chaotic, and leave you stressed out before your day even gets started!  “Here is an analogy: ‘Eat this eat, not that.' Holly heard this on her favorite TikTok feed (where everyone goes for important info). And she had an epiphany! You know what?  We all need to be an adult at some point and eat vegetables with every meal.”   Same goes for keeping your closet organized. Be an adult.  2. Inconsistent Laundry Practices You need a laundry plan: start it, finish it, put it away. Do you forget to put your clean clothes in the dryer?  Do you leave your clothes in the dryer for days to get wrinkled? Do you have piles of clean clothes in laundry baskets? Do you send everything, or nothing, to the dry cleaner?   If you answered yes to any of the above, you have inconsistent laundry practices. You need to know HOW to do your laundry: read the care labels, know what to send to the dry cleaner, put your clothes back where they belong, and remember to always iron/steam when needed.  3. Over-shopping Do you know what you have in your closet?  News Flash: You do not need to buy a new outfit every time you have an event or occasion.  Repeat that to yourself at least once a day. You most likely have what you need in your closet right this very minute! But you can't even see any of it, because of your chaotic closet.  Yes, shopping is thrilling! And it often seems easier to just buy something new than deal with issues like a chaotic closet, or the real reasons why you are shopping too much, or spending money you do not have.  Do not shop to fill a void.  “It could be something as small as a pair of earrings. If you have 78,000 pairs of earrings that are all over the house, and you can't find them, you are just going to buy more because you don't want to deal with finding them.” You can stop this madness.  And try going shopping in your closet first. More ‘stuff' only adds to the chaos.  You now know the reasons why your closet needs help and why it could be holding you back on your style evolution. We've identified the reasons why, now let's talk about the solutions. SIDEBAR: If we were to look back at pictures of you from 15 years ago, and you look the same in the exact same clothing, you are stuck in a style rut and you need to clean out your closet. Jussayin, boo! So, how do you clean out your closet on your own?    Change all your hangers.  We swear to God, Holly could scream this from the mountaintops for the next 20 years. You need to change all your hangers. Right the second. Right now. Not yesterday, not in two weeks, not tomorrow.  And, you must change all your hangers to velvet, slimline hangers. If you have shitty-ass plastic hangers, hangers from dry cleaners, or plastic tube hangers or wooden, this is your first issue. Please understand that this is the most common issue. And the easiest one to fix!! No matter how you hang your clothes, when you use these types of hangers, they take up the minimum amount of space. You're not only going to save room, your space is going to look so much more organized.    2. Make 3 Piles.  Keep.  Giveaway/Sell.  Throw Away. To start, everything comes out of your closet, and then your drawers. Everything. Make it look like you're about to move. Keep:  Put on a velvet hanger or back in your drawers...(not overstuffed) Giveaway:  Put these items in a bag, put them in your car, and drive them to the donation center. DO NOT leave them sitting around in your home...you will be temped to go back through the bags! Trust me, we've witnessed this..... Sidebar:  Please consider people who are coming back into the workforce after jail time, homelessness or poverty, places like battered women's shelters, local churches or religious programs that provide support for refugees just arriving in this country, or anyone who needs aid. Drop off your items at your local community services, and always consider the programs in local your community first. Here's a list of others you might want to consider! Dress For Success American Red Cross One Warm Coat Soles4Souls Vientam Veterans of America American Kidney Fund The Salvation Army Goodwill Sell:  Post on a resale app like Poshmark, The RealReal, or THREDup or you can take them to a consignment store locally. It's super easy and you can make good money.  Did we mention that if you leave these items in your trunk or backseat, or in your closet, we will find out? You do not want a visit from the fashion police. Trust us.  Throw Away:  Do not give items you do not want to someone who has not asked for them. A trash bag of clothing dropped off at your sister-in-law's house just made a bag of junk her problem.  This is a major fashion crime. We can hear the sirens from where we are. Do not do it. “Just so you know, before you throw things away, please remember that somebody else can really benefit from bras, socks, underwear, or pajamas. As long as the item is clean, gently used and in good condition.” How to Organize Your Closet and Drawers You must put your clothes back into your drawers and closet in a way that makes sense to YOU. Not to Holly, not to your husband or your partner, or your sister or your kids. YOU. REMEMBER: When hanging things back up...like goes with like. All short sleeve tops, long sleeve tops, short dresses, long dresses, etc.  When putting things back into your drawers, store like, with like. Bathing suits and underwear together. Some like socks, sports bras and pajamas together. Even more like workout pants with workout shirts together. Or, sweaters with sweatshirts.  Regardless: try to get as much as you can in one drawer - but do not overstuff it.  Don't forget...... Get your shoes off of the floor, for the love of GOD! If you have shoe overflow, this means you have run out of shelf space if you have shelf space for shoes. It also means you most likely have too many pairs of shoes. However, here is the fashion crime: Do not, do not, do not, do not, do not keep your shoes in shoe boxes. Did we say DO NOT? Here's why it doesn't look neater, and it does not save space: Boxes actually take up more room. Do yourself a favor, get rid of the shoe boxes and put your shoes out.  Bonus: you can actually see them so you know what shoes you have.  You can donate shoes boxes to a preschool for art projects, or please recycle them.    2. PLEASE do not use your closet for a dumping ground. Nothing should be in your closet that does not belong to you. No Halloween baskets, no Easter baskets, no kids' stuff, no diapers, no toys for Christmas.  Nothing should be in there that you do not wear. This is a sacred space for YOU. Your closet is not a storage room.  So now the rest is up to you! Clean out, clear out, keep it clean. Your brain with thank us, we promise.   Want to really join in on the fun? Holly has a challenge: Whoever has the most garbage bags full of items to give away, send us a pic at holly@fashioncrimespodcast.com Please send a description of what you're giving away, the number of bags you're donating, and the name of the charity where you're donating to.   The winner will win an exclusive phone interview with Holly, LIVE on the show, to tell all of our fashion crimes podcast insider besties about your closet clean out experience.    YOU CAN DOOO IT!! FASHION CRIMES PODCAST www.fashioncrimespodcast.com   Hosted by your favorite personal stylist, Holly Katz. www.hollykatzstyling.com

Slow-Smoked Business with Jarrod Morgan
Grilling sausage-stuffed pork loin and talking leadership with Shawn Lovejoy

Slow-Smoked Business with Jarrod Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 42:15


Shawn Lovejoy, Founder of Courage to Lead, joins us to talk about leadership while grilling a italian-sausage-stuffed pork loin. https://www.jarrodmorgan.com/podcast

ADHD Explorers - By ADHDoers
#29 ADHD Productivity Masterclass with Maria the Joyful Life Coach!

ADHD Explorers - By ADHDoers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 63:16


This episode is STUFFED full of ADHD friendly ways to be productive. We had a great chat with Maria the @Joyfullifecoach It's been amazing to learn from an ADHDer who has worked out the secrets of working WITH the kind of mind we have. Great to be sponsored for the first time by ourselves! We've partnered with one of the best CBD labs in the USA to bring our own CBD to market! Check it out at: cbd.adhdoers.com For a bunch more productivity with ADHD check out Maria's Productivity course at: https://shop.joyfullifecoach.co.uk/ Who are we? ADHDoers is run by a group of 3 ADHDer's who wanted to find resources to work WITH our minds and not to fight it. We create helpful content for ADHDers all over the world! Check out more helpful resources and ebook shop at: https://adhdoers.com/ Or our instagram! @Adhdoers.

Smart Talk
Visit PA launches TV series featuring Culinary Trails

Smart Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 14:04


Food has connected people for centuries. Last September, the Tourism Office launched four culinary trails, to bring people together in the name of food and spotlight the rich food culture in Pennsylvania. Now, the Tourism Office is preparing to launch an Apple TV series, Stuffed with Steve Ford, promoting the trails hosted by HGTV star and Pittsburgh-Native Steve Ford. Carrie Lepore, Deputy Secretary of Marketing, Tourism and Film, said the TV series will allow them to connect with travelers and continue to tell the story of local small businesses, farmers, bakers, chefs and the history and heritage of the state in another medium. "We're helping to make connections with people. Travel at its core can be transformative for people," Lepore said. "When you have an opportunity to quite literally break bread with someone, this is how I think we can really become more curious and interested in one another's stories." Lepore also said she hopes the Culinary Trails will continue to aid in some of the COVID-19 recovery; helping to make sure restaurants stay busy, farms stay vibrant, and create opportunities for people to take a piece of the state home with them.Support WITF: https://www.witf.org/support/give-now/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

read receipt
michael tierney & stuffed puffs

read receipt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 46:35


what do a chef de partie, wal-mart, and subpar s'mores all have in common? today's read receipt guest, michael tierney.the founder and ceo of health food brand, mikey's, and confectionery brand, stuffed puffs, to discuss his journey from fine dining to product innovation to manufacturing to meeting world-famous DJs (no, seriously).we'll explore how the self-proclaimed "tinkerer" worked through adversity and, with a foundation of overarching optimism, proved everyone wrong.   

Dogs Are Smarter Than People: Writing Life, Marriage and Motivation
Do NOT hide in a stuffed bear when running from the cops and where the hell is the empathy, you jerks

Dogs Are Smarter Than People: Writing Life, Marriage and Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 22:39


“You can't love someone or something without relating to its existence,” says musician Pharrell Williams in a MasterClass about empathy. “In order to relate, you have to empathize.” For Williams, it's about changing your vantage point. “A lack of POV is a lack of context” he says, and when you don't have a context then you can't understand the greater situation that's around you. It's like you're looking at just the mountain in front of you and don't realize that there's an entire landscape behind it. “When you open your mind's eye, you get a bigger view,” he says. This goes for people too. He suggests thinking about a demographic and trying to imagine an hour of what that person is going through, he says. It's best to think about a segment of the population that is very different from you or one that you have a bias against. “We tell people to just get over it and let it go,” he says about when people are oppressing you, but if you close your eyes and try to imagine what it's like to live their experience, you might stop oppressing others. “Empathy is a crucial step in forgiveness,” he says because it makes us realize that “we might have made some insane choices in similar circumstances.” Empathy is the first step in forgiveness and understanding because it's a step of awareness. It becomes a democratizing and political force, Williams says. Developing empathy is something you can actively cultivate, which is cool and hopeful, but scientists also think it might have to do with this thing called “mirror neurons,” which is still kind of a concept right now. As Psychology Today explains, “These neurons, it is theorized, enhance the capacity to display, read, and mimic emotional signals through facial expressions and other forms of body language, enhancing empathy. But whether mirror neurons actually operate this way in humans is a subject of longstanding scientific debate, and some scientists question their very existence.” So, yeah, they aren't sure if they are real. But whatever. It's still cool-just like empathy. The thing is that empathy does a lot of cool stuff when it comes to making yourself better and your community and world better. Empathy helps us be friends, cooperate, make decisions that are moral and helps us help others. And we start showing it in infancy. It's built into us. But I think sometimes fear strips it away, or maybe it's selfishness that does that or society saying kindness isn't tough, all that BS. But empathy is so important. As Psychology Today says, “Empathy Developing empathy is crucial for establishing relationships and behaving compassionately. It involves experiencing another person's point of view, rather than just one's own, and enables prosocial or helping behaviors that come from within, rather than being forced.” Some surveys indicate that empathy is on the decline in the United States, which is honestly pretty terrifying. A study in 2010 by Konrath and O'Brien found: “That empathy is declining sharply among college students today. The authors examined the responses of nearly 14,000 students who had completed a questionnaire measuring different types of empathy. The results show that the average level of “empathic concern,” meaning people's feelings of sympathy for the misfortunes of others, declined by 48 percent between 1979 and 2009; the average level of “perspective taking,” people's tendencies to imagine others' points of view, declined by 34 percent over the same period. There was a particularly steep decline between 2000 and 2009.” And dude, that's terrifying because empathy is what makes us a good society, a kind society, a work-together society. So then you have to think, okay. There's a problem in that we as a culture are losing our empathy, so what do we do? How do we build it back up, right? There's actually a TedTalk by Thu-Houng Ha that centers on that. THREE STEPS TO UP THE EMPATHY “Strengthen your own resources” Ha writes: “Think about something you're struggling with and how it makes you feel. Then imagine a friend coming to you with that same problem and how you'd respond to them. Doing this can highlight the chasm between the kindness we give to the people in our lives and the kindness (or lack of) that we show ourselves. You'll probably find a significant difference in how you'd treat your friend — most likely with patience, generosity and forgiveness — versus how you'd react to yourself — perhaps with blame, harshness and self-criticism. 2. Be kind to other people when you are all “dude, I cannot handle any more” “At some point in your day, especially when you're stressed or feel like you don't have any spare bandwidth, spend in some small way — whether it's in time, energy or money — on someone in your life. Send a text message of support to someone who's having a hard time. When you're running errands, pick up your partner's favorite coffee. Carry an older neighbor's groceries upstairs. “Building empathy isn't necessarily about donating half of your salary to charity. It's about the little things that we do each day,” says Dr. Zaki. “It's about habits of mind.” “In an attempt to conserve energy for ourselves, we tend to turn inwards when under pressure. While it may seem counterintuitive, Dr. Zaki has seen that performing these tiny acts — especially at moments when we feel like we can't — can be energizing and enlivening. “Students are happily surprised to find that when they give to others, they don't end up depleting themselves,” he says. “Happiness and well-being are not a zero-sum situation.”Ha 3. Don't debate when you don't agree You can disagree, but explain where your opinion came from and let the other person you're disagreeing with do that too. Don't do this with someone who hurts you or who is a bigot about your demographics because you have to protect yourself too, but if it isn't someone like that just try to talk about your difference of opinion without thinking that person is the anti-christ. DOG TIP FOR LIFE Dogs have empathy so should you. Notice when other people need a good lick on their face or a lay on their lap. RESOURCES AND PLACES TO LEARN MORE, MAN! https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/research_digest/empathy_on_the_decline https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/empathy https://www.masterclass.com/classes/the-power-of-empathy-with-pharrell-williams-and-noted-co-instructors/chapters/changing-your-vantage-point "Changes in Dispositional Empathy in American College Students Over Time: A Meta-Analysis" Konrath, S.H., O'Brien, E.H., Hsing, C. Personality and Social Psychology Review, August 2010, Advance online publication. https://www.foxnews.com/world/uk-teen-car-thief-caught-hiding-giant-stuffed-teddy-bear-police SHOUT OUT! The music we've clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License. Here's a link to that and the artist's website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It's “Summer Spliff” by Broke For Free. WE HAVE EXTRA CONTENT ALL ABOUT LIVING HAPPY OVER HERE! It's pretty awesome. AND we have a writing tips podcast called WRITE BETTER NOW! We have a podcast, LOVING THE STRANGE, which we stream live on Carrie's Facebook and Twitter and YouTube on Fridays. Her Facebook and Twitter handles are all carriejonesbooks or carriejonesbook. But she also has extra cool content focused on writing tips here. Carrie is reading one of her poems every week on CARRIE DOES POEMS. And there you go! Whew! That's a lot!

Short Stories for Kids: The Magical Podcast of Story Telling
A Lost Polar Bear, A golf Cart called Sally and two stuffed hungry Cats

Short Stories for Kids: The Magical Podcast of Story Telling

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 14:19 Very Popular


A Lost Polar Bear, A golf Cart called Sally and two stuffed hungry Cats Written by Simon Chadwick Join up to our Premium channel and be a Super Fan of Short Stories for Kids! Here you will receive a Friday Bonus Episode every week! Plus our entire back catalogue of stories ad free! Also Premium Only Shout Outs just for you guys! Just email us telling us your a Premium member and you would like a shout out to shortstoriesforkidspodcast@gmail.com As a Premium member you have a guarantee of having your story idea turned in to a story and read out on the show! Premium Member Perks

Slow-Smoked Business with Jarrod Morgan
Startup Stories Roundtable with Boudin-stuffed Chicken

Slow-Smoked Business with Jarrod Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 59:46


Three key people from the building of Jarrod's company, ProctorU, join him for a roundtable discussion, sharing stories from building a company from a startup to a success. Matt Jaeh, Luke Brymer, and Steve Morgan join Jarrod as he grills some boudin-stuffed chicken.

The Apple Seed
S2 E26: An Evening with Storyteller Antonio Sacre

The Apple Seed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 52:51


Today's episode features an entire hour of stories from storyteller Antonio Sacre, who joined us with our live studio audience to record these stories. The stories you'll hear today are part of his award winning album "World's Second-Best Dad". Antonio Sacre is a long time friend and favorite of The Apple Seed, and we are thrilled to share his stories with you in this episode.(01:34) Antonio Sacre shares a story about his children who discover their very first rainbow. However, the circumstance of finding the rainbow makes it a little hard for the children to fully appreciate it, and he must find a way to solve their problem, while in the middle of traffic.(07:06) Antonio Sacre shares a family story about the time they took a road trip down to see his grandma. On the way down, they come up with all sorts of games to entertain themselves, and they come across things that only their imaginations can dream of. What truly lies at Pedro's South of the Border?(22:47) Living in Los Angeles, Antonio's son never had seen snow before. When he heard stories about how much fun snow can be, he wanted to see it for himself. This story is the fun-filled trip that Antonio and his family take so his son can see snow for the first time, and the chaos that unfolds with it.(33:59) Antonio shares a story about the time his son learned about Moby Dick, and how that inspired a whale watching vacation for their family. After all the amazing events that unfold, his son declares him as the "second best dad in the world". What would make him the best dad? Listen to this story to find out.(46:2) This last story is a short story from Antonio Sacre about his childhood teddy bear. Stuffed animals are usually precious gems for children as they grow up, and it is always devastating when they get lost. This story is about one of the times Antonio lost his stuffed teddy bear.

The Gerry Callahan Podcast
Joe Biden is a Stuffed Animal

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 59:08


Today's GCS: - Full Frontal w/ Samantha Bee has been cancelled. Sorry to the viewer of that program.  - Joe Biden once again looks like he was wheeled out to "do his job." - Anthony Fauci warns people not to stigmatize gay men and monkey pox.  - Matt Gaetz with the most honest political comment you'll ever hear.  - MassGOP is making waves with their latest ad.    Order Callahan Coffee right now, and while you're at it grab yourself a Bug The Chug Mug! callahancoffee.com Want extra content? Get daily livestreams and one extra show per week on Locals: callahan.locals.com   Support our sponsors: www.mypillow.com/gerry sheaconcrete.com www.MassGOP.org www.1Aauto.com www.fabric.com/gerry